The Wall Street Journal: Taulia Raises $27M to Go Global With Fast Payments for Small Biz

July 22, 2014 Keith Chapman

Taulia closed on $27 million in Series D fundraising from investors Trinity, Matrix, Lakestar and DAG Ventures, writes The Wall Street Journal. The fundraise comes just a few weeks after President Barack Obama announced an initiative to encourage large corporations to pay their suppliers earlier.

“Now, thanks to a growth round from venture investors and recent validation from the federal government, the five-year-old startup is poised to get even bigger,” writes The Journal’s Lizette Chapman.

Read the entire article in The Wall Street Journal.

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